Monographien und Herausgeberschaften


In Vorbereitung              

   Melancholy Democracy: Exploring the Limits of Parliamentary Politics.
Habilitationsschrift, Institut für Soziologie, Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main


   “The Insides of Parliaments”, Sonderband der Social Studies of Science


   Parliament Politics: A material-semiotic analysis of liberal democracy.
Promotionsschrift, Department of Sociology, Lancaster University, Großbritannien



Artikel und Aufsätze



   “Relocating Innovation: Postcards from Three Edges” In A. Ballestero und B.R. Winthereik (Hgs.) The Ethnographic Effect. Durham, NC: Duke University Press (mit Lucy Suchman und Laura Watts).


   “Un/common Grounds: Tracing Politics Across Worlds” Social Studies of Science (mit Michaela Spencer).


    “Asymmetries and Climate Futures: Working with Waters in an Indigenous Australian Settlement” Science, Technology & Human Values (mit Yasunori Hayashi und Michaela Spencer).


    “Are Parliaments Still Privileged Sites for Studying Politics and Liberal Democracy?” In A. Blok, I. Farías und C. Roberts (Hgs.) Routledge Companion to Actor-Network Theory. London: Routledge.


    “Becoming Stronger by Becoming Weaker: The Hunger Strike as a Mode of Doing Politics” Journal of International Relations and Development (mit Sebastian Abrahamsson).


   “Good Treason: Following Actor-Network Theory to the Realm of Drug Policy” In T. Berger und A. Esguerra (Hgs.) World Politics in Translation. London: Routledge.


   “Politics beyond Words: Ethnography of Political Institutions” In B. Forchtner und R. Wodak (Hgs.) Routledge Handbook of Language and Politics. London: Routledge.


   “The Things of the Parliament: An ANT-Inspired Reading of Parliamentary Democracy” In J. Brichzin, D. Krichewsky, L. Ringel und J. Schank (Hgs.) Soziologie der Parlamente. Wiesbaden: Springer.


   “Walking as Knowing and Interfering” Aggregate, Vol. 3, 12 Juni 2017.


   “Samizdat lessons: Three dimensions of the politics of self-publishing” Journal of Electronic Publishing, Vol. 10, No. 2.


   “The Parliament as a High-Political Programme” In A. Müller und W. Reichmann (Hgs.) Architecture, Materiality and Society: Connecting Sociology of Architecture with Science and Technology Studies. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.


   “Democracy in Ruins: The Case of Hungary” In D. Gafijczuk und D. Sayer (Hgs.) The Inhabited Ruins of Central Europe: Re-Imagining Space, History and Memory. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.


   “The Internet and the Mobile Phone as Competing Metaphors” In K. Nyíri (Hg.) Mobile Studies. Paradigms and Perspectives. Vienna: Passagen Verlag.


   “Xerox Project: Photocopiers as a Metaphor for an ‘Open Society’” The Information Society Vol. 22, No. 2.


   “Internet and Elections: Changing Political Strategies and Citizen Tactics in Hungary” Information Polity, Vol. 10, No. 3-4 (mit Anna Galácz).


   “East of West: Setting a New Central and Eastern European Media Research Agenda” Croatian Journal of Journalism and the Media. Vol. 11, No. 2. (mit Ferenc Hammer und Miklós Sükösd).


   “WLCM 2 UROP: Interconnected public spheres in the age of mobile communication” In K. Nyíri (Hg.) A sense of place: The global and the local in mobile communication. Vienna: Passagen Verlag.


   “Who’s in control? Viral politics and control crisis in mobile election campaigns” In K. Nyíri (Hg.) Mobile Democracy: Essays on Society, Self and Politics. Vienna: Passagen Verlag (mit Miklós Sükösd).


   “M-Politics in the Making: SMS and E-mail in the 2002 Hungarian Election Campaign” In K. Nyíri (Hg.) Mobile Communication: Essays on Cognition and Community. Vienna: Passagen Verlag (mit Miklós Sükösd).



Rezensionen und Berichte



   “Needling Problems: How Might STS Engage with Harm? Review of Nicole Vitellone’s Social Science of the Syringe” Science as Culture, Vol. 27, No. 4.


   “Pictures at an exhibition – and beyond. Review of the ‘Reset Modernity!’ exhibition, ZKM, Karlsruhe” Science and Technology Studies, Vol 29, No. 4. (mit Michaela Spencer)


   “A Parliament of Sociologies. Report on the Soziologie der Parlamente? conference, Forum Internationale Wissenschaft (FIW) Bonn, 10–11 June 2016.” Soziopolis, 18 Juli 2016.


   “Rivalry and its others. Review of Nick Thorpe’s The Danube: A Journey Upriver from the Black Sea to the Black Forest” Austrian History Yearbook, Vol 47.


   “How do words count? Review of Douglas Holmes’ Economy of Words” Journal of Cultural Economy, Vol. 8, No. 4.


   “The architecture of democracy. Report on the 2012 Milton Wolf Seminar, Vienna, 26-28 March 2012.” World Policy Blog, 11 Juli 2012.


   “The irony of memory politics. Review of Geoffrey Bowker’s Memory Practices in the Sciences” Time & Society, Vol 18. No. 2-3.






   “Doing STS in Germany: On meetings, workshops and basic conditions” Blog Post über den STS-in-Germany Organisationsworkshop in Kassel, 21-22. Februar 2019, 4S Backchannels (mit Tanja Bogusz, Stefanie Büchner, Anja Klein, Stefan Laser, Martina Schlünder und Estrid Sørensen)


   “When Worlds Meet” Blog Post über die EASST 2018 Konferenz, 
Centre for Science Studies, Lancaster University, 1 November 2017


   “Studying Politics and Performing Critique Among Normative and Political Ruins” Interview geführt von Nida Alahmad, Performing a State, 18 January 2017


   “Postsocialism and STS” EASST Review, Vol. 33, No. 4. 
(mit Susanne Bauer, Marija Bradic Vukovic, Márton Fabók und Ivan Tsalakov)


   “From Openness to Openings: Reflections on the Experiments in Knowledge Production workshop” CSISP Online, 18 June 2014 (mit Joe Deville)


   “Mattering Press: New forms of care for STS books” EASST Review, Vol. 32, No. 4. (mit Sebastian Abrahamsson, Uli Beisel, Joe Deville, Julien McHardy und Michaela Spencer)


   “Drifting Locations” In A. Peebles und L. Watts (Hgs.) Orkney Futures – a handbook. Buckquoy: Brae Editions.


   “Relocating Innovation: Places and material practices of future making” (mit Lucy Suchman und Laura Watts)